Four songs of frost, winds, snow and survival in the desolate Siberian winter.
4 - Odinokaya Garmon'
° 1. Here is No Life Without a Fire 6:13 °
° 2. Lost in Catacombs 6:12 °
° 3. Through The Snowfield 6:13 °
° 4. Odinokaya Garmon' (Russian Folklore song) 2:13 °
° Total: 20:51 °
Here is No Life Without a Fire was recorded in the taiga forest during the frosty winternight time, when temperature is below -25C. That piece shows that life of a man in the such a cold regions is absolutely depends from the fire. It gives to a man a hope & life, without it he's dead in few hours... It's a hymn to fire.
Lost in Catacombs was recorded during snowy december 2007. Most sounds are from enclosed big metallic tank which is used a long time ago for water keeping. This vessel is located pretty far away from civilization and in the nighttime an ambient atmosphere here is a magnificent!
Through The Snowfield is a track which is describing a blank feelings of a men, who is riding on a horse through endless snowy fields... The sound of the small bells is coming from a neck of a coachman's horse, and these bells are just like a lighthouse for a ship in the storm. They are only way to know where your horse are when a blizzard start to blow... That piece is about a solitude & loneliness of a soul. There is also a fragment of Russian folklore song in it.
Odinokaya Garmon' is a Russian folklore song.
_Algol_ - all instruments, field recordings, vocals.
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